Today, October 21, 2015, 4:29 p.m. from 1985 Marty McFly, Jennifer and Doc Brown arrive for the first time in the future and discover a world a little different from their own. AusDroid is an “Easter Egg” or “Easter Egg” to pay homage to Robert Zemeckis’ cult saga and specifically the second part of the trilogy. Surprise on Google Play Music.
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While some of the products invented for the movie have yet to reach us—the self-lacing Nike shoes, the self-adjusting and self-drying jacket, and even the 19th sequel. sea teeth (wow!) – With not-so-banana momentum, Google is allowing us to rediscover Marty’s universe with well thought-out playlists available on the free (or paid) music streaming service Google Play Music.
Therefore, three playlists are proposed to absorb the atmospheres depicted. Back to the Future II. A list reminiscent of the 80s (if you’re planning to go to Café 80, order a “Perfect Pepsi” before you say “no” to a guy named Griff), typically futuristic or rather up-to-date It consists of the titles of 2015 and finally, a list fixed in 1955, given that the key scene of the saga takes place during “The Ball of the Sirens,” where Marty also had the opportunity to inspire Johnny BeGoode To Chuck Berry.
These playlists are unfortunately not Not yet available in FranceHoping this will be resolved quickly by Google because after all it’s not time for us yet… These playlists are under a category in the Android app. Hoverboard Musicname of playlists:
- To listen Future: October 21, 2015 : Contains all the hits of the last few months i.e. Avicii, Rita Ora, Major Lazer,…
- To listen : Marty’s ’80s mixtape : The biggest bands of the 1980s with Duran Duran, Madonna, Michael Jackson and of course Huey Lewis & The News at the root of the movie’s theme.
- To listen Sea Dance Under a Spell : nicknamed Le Bal des Sirènes in VF. The songs here include 1950s classics by Chuck Berry, The Penguins,…